Series: Archives of Anthropos

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The Sword Bearer by John White1
The Tower of Geburah by John Whitebook 1
Gaal the Conqueror by John White2
The Iron Sceptre by John Whitebook 2
Quest for the King by John Whitebook 5
The Dark Lord's Demise by John Whitebook 6

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  1. The Gates of Neptune by Gilbert L. Morris (1994)
  2. Flight of the Eagles by Gilbert L. Morris (1990)
  3. The Magic Bicycle: The Story of a Bicycle that Found a Boy by John Bibee (1983)
  4. The Door in the Dragon's Throat by Frank E. Peretti (1985)
  5. The Sword and the Flame by Stephen R. Lawhead (1983)
  6. Pharaoh's Tomb (Cyberquest) by Sigmund Brouwer (1997)
  7. Tales of the Kingdom by David R. Mains (1983)
  8. Kingdom's Reign by Chuck Black (2003)
  9. The Princess and Curdie by George MacDonald (1908)
  10. Magnus by Sigmund Brouwer (1995)
  11. Of Men & of Angels by Bodie Thoene (1998)
  12. The Portal by Bill Myers (1991)
  13. Peace Child by Don Richardson (1974)
  14. The Door Within by Wayne Thomas Batson (2005)
  15. Gates of Zion (Zion Chronicles, Bk. 1.) by Bodie Thoene (1986)

Series description

Archives of Anthropos is a successful Christian series of six fantasy novels for children, written by the British author, John White. Written in the tradition of C. S. Lewis' The Chronicles of Narnia, this series present a fantastic world of kings, sorcerers and goblins in an allegorical fashion.

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